noavale,This is a perfect example of patient choice and I thank you for your post.Please keep us informed as you continue on your hemodialysis journey!
Yes, but do you have an ice machine? You should be able to have visitors. How would family think about giving you a transplant if they don't see you on the machine and the needles being jammed into your arm. You should be able to have a snack and a drink by your chair. The free coffee part is nice as long as you can take it into the treatment room.And a personal TV with cable and a DVD player.Otherwise you have a perfect clinic. OH.... and a locker for all my crap!
I wish ALL clinics could be more like yours. What can we do as patients to make that happen?
I imagine Emory attracts educated workers and that would drastically improve the in center experience.
By chance, I ended up at this clinic. My doctor in an EHS Neph, and I've a long history with Emory University...but the truth is that we choice it, from my hospital bed, because my girlfriend works in the Aerospace building a block down the street, and we live over at 10th and Piedmont, so just 2 miles away. I'm very glad to hear your great reviews. I have had a very positive experience so far. Lots of attention and information when I needed it, and plenty of privacy to be alone with netflix and my machine when I wanted it. I'm on second shift TTS, and go in for my 9th time dialyzing this next week. Thanks for speaking up noahvale.